Unexpected Stories From a Hacker Who Made it Inside the Government

When a hobbit can have an unexpected
journey then why not a hacker has many unexpected stories to share
with the world. Hacking is one of the adventurous field where you
enjoy while working and you like to know the inside-out of
everything, hacking is beyond a profession it is a passion. Anyways,
Peiter Mudge Zatko, at Defcon 21 has shared some of the interesting
stories of how a hacker made it inside the Government.
The video is a must watch, four
stories have been discussed in the video; their output and results
were unexpected from a hacker point of view. You might have also
read these stories in the media but you should have a background
knowledge and information of these stories. Story of Wikileaks and
other bodies who revealed Government information have been discussed.
The first story is, How DOD (United
States Department of Defense) unintentionally created Wikileaks?

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